The Indigenous Sciences Symposium, part of the Sydney Science Festival 2016, brings together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander academics, theorists, researchers, designers, engineers, educators and students from across the community. It provides an important opportunity to shape future research and investigations that are focused on exploring and sharing the sophistication, richness and leadership of Australia’s First Peoples within the scientific domain. The program will feature a range of key-note and panel presentations. A final plenary session will work to establish a series of recommendations around knowledge protocols and actions to advance partnerships, information sharing, research and development. This event is presented by the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences Indigenous Programming in partnership with Indigilab.
Saturday 13 August, 10am–5pm. Registrations, welcome and Keynote 1, Keynote 2 and panel discussions.
Sunday 14 August, 10am–3pm. Keynote 3, panel discussions and plenary to develop recommendations for action (protocols, partnerships, research and development).
When: 13-14 August 2016
Where: Powerhouse Museum, 500 Harris Street, Ultimo
Cost: $120 / $100 Concession
Find out more & book: https://sydneyscience.com.au/event/indigenous-sciences-a-symposium-of-sorts